Sports Destination Management Magazine

2017 Issues
May/June 2017 May/June 2017

This issue is one you’ll want to save. Not only does it contain excellent information on some of the fastest-growing sports around, like triathlon and pickleball, but it offers up articles you’ll find yourself turning to again and again. You can learn about sports events for seniors, maximizing economic impact, building your relationship with athletes, exploring continuing education options – and a whole lot more. Plus, there are features on baseball, fishing and track & field. Your learning experience starts the second you turn the page.
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March/April 2017 March/April 2017

The more things change, the more they stay the same? Not in the fast-paced world of sports where even the sports themselves are evolving. Our issue focuses on golf, soccer and aquatics, as well as adventure racing and disc golf – and venues in the mountainous regions of the U.S. There’s great information on setting up medical support for events, on stay-to-play (spoiler alert: it doesn’t work for everyone) and photography of sports events. There’s even an interview with NASC’s new executive director. Spring into a news season of learning now.
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January/February 2017 January/February 2017

It's an inverse equation: a disproportionate amount of time is spent planning sports events, and still they blow by us at what seems to be the speed of sound. If we've done our jobs correctly, the event has gone off seamlessly. This issue examines some of those things we invest a lot of time in, which though invisible to athletes, are essential nonetheless. We also examine hot trends in sports, such as obstacle racing and rugby, and of course, the huge draws of winter and ice sports, basketball, BMX and skateboarding. Your learning starts here
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Previous years
  2016 Sports Destination Management
  2015 Sports Destination Management
  2014 Sports Destination Management
  2013 Sports Destination Management
  2012 Sports Destination Management
  2011 Sports Destination Management
  2010 Sports Destination Management
  2009 Sports Destination Management
  2008 Sports Destination Management

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